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    1. Metro Denver city experiments with free Lyft rides to light rail

      Metro Denver city experiments with free Lyft rides to light rail

      Denver’s mass transit system is expanding — particularly its rail network — but sometimes just getting to the train station is the biggest hurdle.

      It’s called the "first-mile, last-mile" gap.

      And that gap is exactly where city officials in Centennial are stepping in with an experimental program launching Aug. 17. Residents of a portion of the south-metro-area city west of Interstate 25 will be offered free rides via the ride-hailing service Lyft to and from the nearby RTD Dry Creek light-rail…

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    2. U.S. Secretary of Commerce Penny Pritzker Delivers Remarks at Colorado’s National Startup Day | Department of Commerce

      U.S. Secretary of Commerce Penny Pritzker Delivers Remarks at Colorado’s National Startup Day | Department of Commerce

      U.S. Secretary of Commerce Penny Pritzker joined Representative Jared Polis’s (D-CO 2nd District) in Boulder, Colorado on Thursday to recognize the contributions of America’s small and innovative firms in honor of Startup Across America Day. Speaking before an audience of entrepreneurs, Secretary Pritzker affirmed the Department of Commerce’s commitment to providing innovative small businesses like those in Boulder with the tools to compete in the global economy.

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    3. How Florida and Colorado are trying to build smart cities from the ground up | Guardian Sustainable Business

      How Florida and Colorado are trying to build smart cities from the ground up | Guardian Sustainable Business

      Redesigning Cities How Florida and Colorado are trying to build smart cities from the ground up Ambitious new cities Songdo and Masdar may not have lived up to their promise, but smaller projects in the US aim to be laboratories for sustainable city planning Plans for the development around Peña Station, led by Japanese tech giant Panasonic...

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    4. Senator hopes to boost Colorado trade with Cuba | GJSentinel.com

      Senator hopes to boost Colorado trade with Cuba | GJSentinel.com

      U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet, D-Colo., wants to link as many Colorado farmers and ranchers with Cuba as possible. As part of an effort to help open up markets in that Caribbean nation, and help boost Colorado’s agriculture exports, the senator has partnered with a group called Engage Cuba, a Washington, D.C.-based coalition of private companies and organizations that is working to lift travel and trade embargoes on the island nation.

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    5. U.S. Commerce Secretary Pritzker visits Boulder's Black Lab Sports - Boulder Daily Camera

      U.S. Commerce Secretary Pritzker visits Boulder's Black Lab Sports - Boulder Daily Camera

      The last time U.S. Secretary of Commerce Penny Pritzker was in Boulder, she held court at Ball Aerospace with executives from some of the area's largest employers. On Thursday, it was young and eager startup entrepreneurs who got to shake her hand and bend her ear, as Pritzker joined Boulder Congressman Jared Polis to celebrate Startup Day Across America.

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    6. Municipal broadband? Superior to weigh question for November ballot

      Municipal broadband? Superior to weigh question for November ballot

      Two years after Boulder residents voted to give city officials the power to examine how a potential municipal broadband system would function -- providing options between three forms of community broadband: municipal, public-private or fully private -- neighboring Superior will vote Monday to send similar language to its November's ballot. "We'll be reviewing that ballot language," said Mayor Clint Folsom...

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    7. Colorado Tech Tour: Colorado Springs Tech You Need to Know

      Colorado Tech Tour: Colorado Springs Tech You Need to Know

      On Monday, we launched into the Colorado Tech Tour with a roundup of incredible companies and organizations quietly doing amazing work in Colorado Springs that's putting our state on the map. Here's just a sample of what the night held, but dig in further to see what Southern Colorado is up to.

      National Cybersecurity Center
      Kickstarted by Gov. John Hickenlooper last year and given legislative backing this past session, the 501c(3) nonprofit National Cybersecurity Center dedicated to helping respond the threats, train officials and conduct research is getting ready for early operations to begin November 1....

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    8. Fort Collins, Colorado, Making Community Resilience a Reality Using NIST Guide

      Fort Collins, Colorado, Making Community Resilience a Reality Using NIST Guide

      Guided in part by strategies and procedures developed by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) for creating effective and affordable community resilience, the city of Fort Collins, Colorado, is making a commitment to "deal with prospects of future weather- and climate-related challenges that put our community at greater risk," according to Mayor Pro Tem Gerry Horak.

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    9. New website boasts of Colorado's assets in attempt to lure businesses to state

      New website boasts of Colorado's assets in attempt to lure businesses to state

      Colorado is "where passion meets purpose," boasts a new state website recognizing companies that do business in Colorado and encouraging others to consider it.

      With the Monday launch of choosecolorado.com, the Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade is giving those celebrating the state's 140th birthday another reason to appreciate their home...

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    10. Community solar makes Colorado part of the clean energy revolution

      Community solar makes Colorado part of the clean energy revolution

      Most people are aware that solar is increasingly cost-competitive and offers long term, fixed-rate pricing that helps businesses and individuals keep their energy costs down. However, because the majority of us don’t have the right roof or the means to install a solar array shouldn’t preclude us from participating in local clean energy generation. That’s where community solar comes in.

       

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    11. Hickenlooper Proclaims August 1-5 as Tech Week to Celebrate Colorado as a Tech Hub

      Hickenlooper Proclaims August 1-5 as Tech Week to Celebrate Colorado as a Tech Hub

      DENVER (June 29, 2016) – Governor John Hickenlooper proclaimed the week of August 1-5, 2016, as Tech Week to celebrate the innovative leaders and companies transforming Colorado into an internationally renowned tech hub. The entire technology and tech-enabled community — startup and enterprise companies, students and educators of tech, geeks, IT professionals and others — is encouraged to host an event or share their story of how Colorado has helped grow their business, both of which can be submitted for promotion through coloradotechweek.org...

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